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Monday, May 27, 2019

10 free things to do in Toronto this June

Free events in Toronto for June 2019 are all about having fun without breaking the bank. The World Naked Bike Ride bares all and part of Yonge Street is shutting down for a weekend of free performances. You can catch a film under the stars while the Pride Parade takes over downtown.

Events you might want to check out:

Riverdale ArtWalk (June 1-2 @ Jimmie Simpson Park)
Take a stroll through an art paradise as this big annual art festival returns with two days of works by local and regional artists, food, drink and more.
Dundas West Fest (June 7-9 @ Dundas Street West)
Part of Dundas West is going car-free for two days with a huge street festival that includes music, games, food, drinks, art and shopping.
World Naked Bike Ride (June 8 @ Coronation Park)
Free yourself from the confines of clothes and take a ride through the city in the name of the environment as part of this international bike ride.
Open Tuning (June 8 @ Seaton Village)
Seaton Village is ready to rock with a full day of local musicians performing everywhere from porches to parks, with everyone welcome to come listen.
NXNE Festival Village (June 14-16 @ Yonge Street)
This year's NXNE comes to an end with a massive street festival spanning Dundas to Queen with free performances by Cold War Kids, Santigold and more.
Nuit Rose (June 15 @ Multiple Venues)
Two Toronto neighbourhoods are being turned into an art festival with queer artists showcasing music, video, art, poetry, theatre and dance.
TOPS Opening Weekend (June 15 @ Fort York National Historic Site)
Toronto Outdoor Picture Show is ready to kick off a summer of 'dynamic duos' with a free/PWYC screening of Thelma & Louise.
Junction Summer Solstice (June 22 @ The Junction)
Celebrate the start of summer with a huge street festival that includes an evening of live music, art market, food, craft, street performers and more.
Pride Parade (June 23 @ Yonge Street)
The city's biggest Pride celebration takes to the streets with the annual parade that includes lots of glitter, costumes, music and floats.
Pedestrian Sundays (June 30 @ Kensington Market)
Pedestrian Sundays is back in Kensington Market with another car-free day of food, drinks, shopping, meditation and performances in the street.

by Lisa Power via blogTO

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